# Divisible group $G\neq 0$ is not free

How do I show that a divisible group $G\neq 0$ is not free?

I know that divisible means that for all elements $g$ in an abelian group $G$ and $n\in\mathbb{N}$ there is an element $a\in G$ such that $na=g$. But I don't know what to do with this.

Any nontrivial free abelian group admits a surjective morphism onto $\mathbb Z$ (map one basis element to $1$ and do not even care about what the other basis elements do).
A divisible group admits only the zero homomorphism to $\mathbb Z$, since the homomorphic image of a divisible group is again divisible. The only divisible subgroup of $\mathbb Z$ is the trivial subgroup.